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Exoskeleton Allows Paralyzed Berkeley Grad to Walk Across Stage

Exoskeleton Allows Paralyzed Berkeley Grad to Walk Across Stage
There is lots of research and money being poured into looking for a way to get people that are paralyzed out of a wheelchair and walking again. One of the places that is making some of…

Want to Unlock Your Door? There’s an App for That

Want to Unlock Your Door? There’s an App for That
As mobile phones become more and more powerful, they acquire more functions, and as such become more valuable. Our phones are no longer good for just calling and texting. Now we use them to play games,…
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Seagate GoFlex Satellite External Hard Drive Goes Wireless for iPad Streaming

Seagate GoFlex Satellite External Hard Drive Goes Wireless for iPad Streaming
Seagate just released information about the upcoming GoFlex Satellite external hard drive, the first hard drive to include a battery pack and WiFi, allowing you to stream data off the 500 GB drive onto your iPad…

Cool Movie Gadgets We Wish Were Real

Cool Movie Gadgets We Wish Were Real
Many of the inventions found in classic science fiction have actually come to fruition, thanks in no small part to science fiction itself. I’ve compiled this list of the coolest things I’ve seen in movies and television shows that I wish were real.

Sony a35 & NEX C3 Camera Price and Specs Revealed

Sony a35 & NEX C3 Camera Price and Specs Revealed
Sony’s been in the news quite a lot lately, but not for anything good. It’s been a while and finally the PlayStation Network is slowly coming back online. Needless to say that this wasn’t Sony’s finest…

Keyless Lifebook Concept Lets You Make Your Own Virtual Keyboard

Keyless Lifebook Concept Lets You Make Your Own Virtual Keyboard
I’ll be the first to tell you that I’m far less efficient typing on a touchscreen than I am when using a tactile keyboard. Heck, even today’s relatively flat laptop keyboards are still much faster for…

Contour+ Camcorder is Perfect for Action Sports

Contour+ Camcorder is Perfect for Action Sports
All of the people out there that like to do crazy sports or extreme sports and want to be able to record their antics in a first person view need some sort of camcorder. The best…

Army Tank PC Casemod Has Working (Mini) Turret, Treads, Still Runs Windows XP

Army Tank PC Casemod Has Working (Mini) Turret, Treads, Still Runs Windows XP
How’d you like a computer that not only looks like an M1A2 Abrams tank, but that actually can drive and fire ammo? Well, if you’re modder Skip Station, you already have one on your desktop. Skip’s…

Go Rub-a-Dub-Dub to Bring the Lightstarter to Life

Go Rub-a-Dub-Dub to Bring the Lightstarter to Life
It used to take rubbing two twigs to start a fire, but to get some light out of the Lightstarter, you only need one. And it’s not exactly a twig either, but it can certainly pass…

ClamCase Trooper Keyboard Case & Stand for iPad & iPad 2: MacBook Pro Mini

ClamCase Trooper Keyboard Case & Stand for iPad & iPad 2: MacBook Pro Mini
ClamCase is one of many manufacturers that makes keyboard cases for the iPad and the iPad 2, but this summer they will be releasing a limited edition case that will make the tablet look like an…

Fujitsu Flexbook Concept: Folding Tablet/Netbook Fits in Your Pocket

Fujitsu Flexbook Concept: Folding Tablet/Netbook Fits in Your Pocket
The Flexbook was created by Taiwan-based designer Hao-Chun Huang for entry into Fujitsu’s 2011 Design Award contest. As the name implies, it’s basically a foldable netbook that can also be used as a tablet. The design…

MMOV Takes Projection Mapping on the Road

MMOV Takes Projection Mapping on the Road
For those of you unfamiliar with projection mapping, it’s a really cool visual technique used to combine the surfaces of real-world structures with projected images to create mind-blowing visual effects. Typically, these light shows require complex…

Google Chromebooks for $20/Month: Revolutionary, or Just Financing?

Google Chromebooks for $20/Month: Revolutionary, or Just Financing?
Google just announced something that’s been rumored for a few weeks. They’re going to be releasing a paid subscription model for their Chromebooks, which are laptop computers from Samsung and Acer loaded with the Chrome OS.…

Luna Personal Robot Can Walk the Dog

Luna Personal Robot Can Walk the Dog
It’s hard to be a geek and not like robots. They have a lot of promise to free us from the mundane tasks that no one really wants to do. Things like mowing the yard, vacuuming,…

NUU MiniKey Gives iPhone 4 a Decent Looking Keyboard

NUU MiniKey Gives iPhone 4 a Decent Looking Keyboard
If you’re as slow and error-prone as I am with touchscreen typing on your iPhone, this new gadget might be just the thing. While the NUU MiniKey certainly isn’t the first add-on keyboard for the iPhone,…

Porsche 911 GT3 Hybrid Racecar: Most Complex Steering Wheel Ever?

Porsche 911 GT3 Hybrid Racecar: Most Complex Steering Wheel Ever?
If you are a fan of sports cars and the Porsche brand you might recall that awesome 911 GT3 hybrid racing car that I talked about a while back the car looks fantastic on the outside,…
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